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  1. Lorrie Moore (born Marie Lorena Moore; January 13, 1957) is an American writer, critic, and essayist. She is best known for her short stories, some of which have won major awards. Since 1984, she has also taught creative writing. Biography [ edit] Marie Lorena Moore was born in Glens Falls, New York, and nicknamed "Lorrie" by her parents.

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  3. Lorrie Moore - Wikipedia

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    Lorrie Moore (born Marie Lorena Moore; January 13, 1957) is an American writer, critic, and essayist. She is best known for her short stories, some of which have won major awards. Since 1984, she has also taught creative writing. Biography [ edit] Marie Lorena Moore was born in Glens Falls, New York, and nicknamed "Lorrie" by her parents.

  4. Review | Reading Lorrie Moore — again or anew — you’ll feel ...

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    “People Like That Are the Only People Here: Canonical Babbling in Peed Onk” is a stunning, heart-wrenching story about a mother who finds a blood clot in her baby’s diaper, about the circle of hell...

  5. Lorrie Moore Latest Articles | The New Yorker

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    Lorrie Moore Fiction Face Time “He was clearly hallucinating, agitated, imagining he was a prisoner of war; that was what it must have felt like to him—the cruel isolation, the medicine, the...

  6. Lorrie Moore (Author of Birds of America) - Goodreads

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    LORRIE MOORE is the Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of English at Vanderbilt University. She is the recipient of a Lannan Foundation fellowship, as well as the PEN/Malamud Award and the Rea Award for her achievement in the short story. She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

  7. Lorrie Moore on political correctness, writing and why she's ...

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    Lorrie Moore enters a restaurant on a hot day in New York, glamorous in shades and limping slightly after twisting her ankle. It seems absurd that the short story writer and novelist is 61; there...

  8. Lorrie Moore on Bearing Witness to Suffering | The New Yorker

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    Lorrie Moore on Bearing Witness to Suffering By Deborah Treisman September 21, 2020 Photograph by Basso Cannarsa / Opale / Alamy Your story in this week’s issue, “ Face Time ,” involves a woman...

  9. Lorrie Moore | Books | The Guardian

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    Lorrie Moore on political correctness, writing and why she's not worried by Trump 5 May 2018 December 2017 Nonfiction to look out for in 2018 Spies, suffragettes and Mary Shelley feature heavily...

  10. Lorrie Moore: It’s Better to Write Than Be a Writer

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    Lorrie Moore is the Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of English at Vanderbilt University. She is the recipient of the Irish Times International Prize for Literature, a Lannan Foundation fellowship, as well as the PEN/Malamud Award and the Rea Award for her achievement in the short story.

  11. Lorrie Moore On Writing And A 'Very Crowded' Life : NPR

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    Lorrie Moore's new novel manages to be both playful and powerful. A Gate at the Stairs tells the story of a 20-year-old college student who takes a job as a part-time nanny for a couple who has...

  12. About Lorrie Moore: A Profile | Ploughshares

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    Nicknamed "Lorrie" by her parents, she was born Marie Lorena Moore in 1957 in Glens Falls, New York, a small town in the Adirondacks. Her father was an insurance executive, her mother a former nurse turned housewife. Moore, the second of four children, remembers her parents as rather strict Protestants, politically minded, and culturally alert.